Frequently asked questions about COVID-19 disruption
Hutton Honors Study Abroad programs have been suspended through June 2021. The Hutton Honors College continues to closely monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and follow guidance from national and international organizations, such as World Health Organization, Centers for Disease Control, and the U.S. Department of State. We are also in touch with our study abroad partners and providers to determine if they are able to host IU students in 2021. The HHC will abide by the IU and Office of Overseas Study policy decisions regarding summer travel. Future decisons regarding programs offered after June 2021 will be posted to the HIEP website.
You can read the most recent updates to IU's study abroad decisions regarding the Coronavirus Outbreak here: https://overseas.iu.edu/about/blog/news/2020-01-27.html
Students whose program is cancelled will be refunded their $500 deposit. It may be possible to defer to a future term, if the same program is set to run during the following year. Interested students should speak with the HHC Director of International Experiences.
Applying for Hutton Honors Study Abroad programs
Within two weeks of the final program deadline.
No. Once the application deadline has passed, you will not be able to submit an application for that program.
No. Preference is given to Hutton Honors students, but any IUB undergraduate that meets the qualifications should apply.
Yes. You should submit all required application materials by the indicated priority or final deadline for your program of choice. You may be offered conditional admittance until after your fall semester grades have posted. Once your GPA and completed number of credit hours have been verified to meet the program minimums, you will receive full admission to the program